• The Gabby Petitos of Color

    Untold Truths of Domestic Violence

     

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    Keeping a watchful eye on the classroom

    To reach families and provide proactive support, the Center for Women and Families team attends back-to-school events, trunk-or-treats, and other tabling events.

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    Sometimes, it’s more than just back-to-school nerves

    Later this summer, schools will return to full-time, in-person learning

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  • Introducing: Southern Indiana Center (SIC)

    CWF’s new Southern Indiana Center (SIC) welcomes walk-ins Mon – Fri, 10AM–5PM but is available 24/7 at 1-844-237-2331.
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  • Establishing Boundaries to Prevent Online Sexual Violence

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  • Healthy Boundaries

    It is a crucial time to maintain our boundaries
    and strengthen our communication with
    family and friends.

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  • Woman Listening

    Apply Today

    Now accepting applicants for
    as needed Advocates. Flexible Shifts!

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We Are Open

The Center for Women and Families is available to talk with you 24/7, every day of the year.

Protective Orders

Navigating the courts can be challenging, but our advocates are here to help.

Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Make a gift to help keep the Center’s services FREE for people experiencing domestic or intimate partner violence.

Guest writer Dawne Gee shares her powerful story about fighting her way through an abusive marriage. It’s a must-read.

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Volunteering at The Center means being there for someone who needs you, empowering others to believe in themselves and making a difference one person at a time.

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Back-to-School Challenges

Back-to-school time should be filled with excitement, a fresh start,
and the opportunity to continue a love of learning. But for many
families experiencing violence, the transition can make a
stressful home situation even more challenging.

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